infectious disease

Awarded Project: "Animal Models of Infectious Diseases Training Program"

July 01, 2016
Animal Models of Infectious Diseases Training Program

Dr. Jay V. Solnick competitively renewed the Animal Models of Infectious Diseases Training Program grant through the National Institutes for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH.  This program seeks to train PhD students to use animal models to study human infectious diseases. Research conducted by these trainees will have broad impact on the understanding, treatment, and prevention of infectious diseases, which are among the most important causes of human illness.

 

 

Comparative Medical Science Training Program

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The UC Davis Comparative Medical Science Training Program provides graduate research training, leading to the PhD degree, for veterinarians who seek careers in biomedical research. The training program is based in the Center for Immunology and Infectious Diseases, which is a research and graduate teaching center that is sponsored by the Schools of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.